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    [2022] Mike Mayock's NFL Draft Positional Rankings - DE/DT

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    (I created a few little ranking compilers that have their own independent criteria in how they rank prospects based on hidden and available information. I'll turn some of them into these posted draft positional rankings. You may be able to figure out what they rate highly eventually but this might give you guys some more insight in the draft process. If everyone ranks someone low there may be issues that are hidden. If they all rank someone high he's likely good).

     

    Defensive Ends (3-4) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: Medium-High

    1. DE Timothy Key 6-2 240 R Florida [Contain] 83
    2. DE Miles Slater 6-1 248 R Washington [Contain] 80
    3. DE Parker Holmes 6-3 247 R Tennessee [Contain] 81
    4. DE Curtis Dunn 6-3 260 R Louisiana Tech [Contain] 75
    5. DE Mekhi Tolbert 6-0 258 R Iowa State [Contain] 71

     

    Defensive Ends (4-3) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: High

    1. DE Sebastian Smallwood 6-1 254 R Alabama [Blitz] 82
    2. DE Lucas Benton 5-10 235 R Michigan [Blitz] 78

    3. DE Cory Hall 5-10 237 R Penn State [Blitz] 76

    4. DE Ruben Walker 6-7 273 R NDSU [Blitz] 72

    5. DE Abdoulaye Hannah 6-0 244 R Navy [Blitz] 75

     

    Defensive Tackles (3-4) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: Medium

    1. DT Shamar Ware 6-5 278 R Penn State [2-Gap] 82
    2. DT Rashaad Malcolm 6-6 327 R Ball State [2-Gap] 78
    3. DT Marlon Bailey 6-7 322 R Akron [2-Gap] 80
    4. DT Devon Brantley 6-3 315 R Nebraska [2-Gap] 76
    5. DT Maxwell Quezada 6-4 279 R Nebraska [2-Gap] 79

     

    Defensive Tackles (4-3) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: High

    1. DT Omar Adcock 6-5 311 R Fresno State [1-Gap] 80
    2. DT Luca Bragg 6-4 276 R Iowa [1-Gap] 76
    3. DT Joshua Thurman 6-2 317 R Michigan [1-Gap] 75
    4. DT Kaden Oglesby 6-3 291 R Boise State [1-Gap] 76
    5. DT Mohamed Caldwell 6-3 315 R North Carolina [1-Gap] 74

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    DE Abdoulaye Hannah 6-0 244 R Navy [Blitz] 75

    Im surprised he's so low.  Im a huge Hannah fan.

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    2 minutes ago, deandean1998 said:

    DE Abdoulaye Hannah 6-0 244 R Navy [Blitz] 75

    Im surprised he's so low.  Im a huge Hannah fan.

    He didn't do much in his first 3 years, probably because I started him out of necessity as a 1/4.5 freshman. But he's having a hell of a senior year. Hope he has a good upsdie. 

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    Interesting that Key isa 3-4 DE given his size

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    2 hours ago, NFL Network said:

    Defensive Ends (3-4) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: Medium-High

     

    2 hours ago, NFL Network said:

    Defensive Ends (4-3) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: High

     

    2 hours ago, NFL Network said:

    Defensive Tackles (3-4) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: Medium

     

    2 hours ago, NFL Network said:

    Defensive Tackles (4-3) - Expected likelihood of early declarations: High

     

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    1 hour ago, neovenator250 said:

     

    ...uhhh...no it isn't.  he's Contain...

    But he is 6-2 240. I get the player type but in a 3-4 he will get ragdolled. I guess with the size of Oline it won't be as big a deal

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    6 minutes ago, TazerMan said:

    But he is 6-2 240. I get the player type but in a 3-4 he will get ragdolled. I guess with the size of Oline it won't be as big a deal

     

    sizes are wack in the sim.  There are a crapload of TEs that weigh less than 220 pounds and/or are 6 feet tall.  no one IRL would put guys like that at TE.  there are NFL skill position guys that weigh less than 160 pounds.  That would never happen.

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    7 minutes ago, neovenator250 said:

     

    sizes are wack in the sim.  There are a crapload of TEs that weigh less than 220 pounds and/or are 6 feet tall.  no one IRL would put guys like that at TE.  there are NFL skill position guys that weigh less than 160 pounds.  That would never happen.

     

    It's because everything is their high school senior size. I stripped the weight evolution stuff out of the sim because it was a mess and not important

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    Proud of you Rashaad. Get that paper 

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